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AFRICAN UNION

The 54 Heads of State of the 54+1 African Union Member States at the time in 2016 and now 55 African Union Sovereign Member States that comprise the African Union at the African Union General Assembly. The largest and one of 5 United Nations Regional Groups known as the African Group.

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REPUBLIC OF INDIA / DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

H.S.H. Immanuel Sovereign Prince, Head of State and Government of Principality Monte de Agrella, with The Hon. Gen. Dr. V.K. Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs for the Government of the Republic of India, and H.E. Ms. Rosette Mossi Nyamale, Ambassador: Permanent Mission of the Democratic Republic of Congo to the Republic of India.

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ITALIAN REPUBLIC

The Hon. Ralph A. Kader, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations to Principality Monte de Agrella, with The Hon. Matteo Renzi, Prime Minister of the Italian Republic at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

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REPUBLIC OF INDIA

H.E. Arun K. Khanna, Scion of the Royal House of Patiala of the Republic of India, with Reigning Monarch H.S.H. Immanuel Sovereign Prince, Head of The Princely House of De Agrella MCMLVI, and Head of State and Government of Principality Monte de Agrella.

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REPUBLIC OF BOTSWANA

H.S.H. Immanuel Sovereign Prince, Head of State and Government of Principality Monte de Agrella, with H.E. Charles Thembani Ntwaagae, Ambassador: Permanent Mission of the Republic of Botswana to the United Nations.

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KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

H.E. Abdallah Y. Al-Mouallimi, Ambassador: Permanent Mission of  the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Nations, with The Hon. Ralph A. Kader, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations to Principality Monte de Agrella.

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KYRGYZ REPUBLIC

The Hon. Chingiz Azamatovich Aidarbekov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic, with The Hon. Ralph A. Kader, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations to Principality Monte de Agrella.

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